Why we use overgloves, Biology

Q. Why we use Overgloves?

Overgloves are used when:

  • supplies or equipment are retrieved or returned to the Dispensary or from the unit mobile
  • the operator is charting
  • obtaining supplies from the mobile with the use of the cotton forceps

Any item that will be used directly in the mouth is NOT TO BE HANDLED DIRECTLY with overgloves.

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